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3.2. Chromium, a micromineral needed for maintenance of blood sugar levels, has four naturally occurring isotopes.Calculate the number of protons and number of neutrons in each of the following isotopes:5324af tha fallawina:Cr50245224CrCrenb

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3.2. Chromium, a micromineral needed for maintenance of blood sugar levels, has four naturally occurring isotopes.
Calculate the number of protons and number of neutrons in each of the following isotopes:
53
24
af tha fallawina:
Cr
50
24
52
24
Cr
Cr
enb
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3.2. Chromium, a micromineral needed for maintenance of blood sugar levels, has four naturally occurring isotopes. Calculate the number of protons and number of neutrons in each of the following isotopes: 53 24 af tha fallawina: Cr 50 24 52 24 Cr Cr enb

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The isotopes of chromium are given as follows:

50
24
Cr2Cr
53
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50 24 Cr2Cr 53

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Isotopes are the compounds having same atomic number but different mass number. To write an isotope symbol atomic number(Z) is written on the lower left side and atomic mass(A) is written on the upper left side of an element.

Step 3

Atomic number is equal to the number of protons in an element.

Mass number = Number of protons + Number of neutrons

The atomic and mass number for first isotope of chromium is 24 and 50 respectively.

Since, atomic number = numbe...

Mass number Number of protons + Number of neutrons
50 24Number ofneutrons
Number of neutrons = 50-24
=26
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Mass number Number of protons + Number of neutrons 50 24Number ofneutrons Number of neutrons = 50-24 =26

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